MXPX – The Ultimate Collection 110_03_08_2008_11_01_39_showbread_anorexia_nervosa
Showbread – Anerexia

Showbread – Nervosa esocharis
Eso Charis – (self-titled)

Life In Your Way - Waking Giants
Life in Your Way – Waking Giants 1010_09_15_2008_4_50_39_No Innocent Victim - Tipping the Scales
N.I.V. – Tipping the Scales

Officer Negative – The Death Campaign Project adamagain
Adam Again – Homeboys/Dig

Starflyer 59 – Dial M stillbreathing
Still Breathing – September

Terry Taylor – Glimpses of Grace edlself
E.D.L. – (self-titled)

Insyderz – The Greatest and the Rarest joy electric
Joy Electric – The White Songbook

Poor Old Lu – Mindsize/Sin blamed
The Blamed – Give Us Barabbas

The Insyderz – Skalleluia Too! classics-hard
Various (T&N) Artists – The Classics Hard

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